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    LIST OF THE KIDNAPPED SERBS

    IN KOSOVO AND METOHIJA

    (JUNE 13, 1999 MARCH 1, 2001)

Source: Serbian Orthodox Church

    Memorandum on Kosovo and Metohija

    Belgrade 2003

    Publisher:

    the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church

GNJILANE

    1. STANKOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 16), from the village of Klobukar, near Novo Brdo; kiddapped on

    July 4, 1999. (Information source: Information Service of the Church-People’s Committee, Priština)

    2. STOJANOVIĆ STANKO (aged 52), from the village of Klobukar, near Novo Brdo; kiddapped

    on July 4, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 3. TASIĆ SRDJAN, from the village of Šilovo, kidnapped on July 4, 1999, around 15:30.

    (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    4. TASIĆ VUĈKO, from the village of Šilovo, kidnapped on July 4, 1999, around 15:30.

    (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    5. DJEKIĆ MILORAD, Koretište, kidnapped on July 6, 1999. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee)

    6. JAĆIMOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1962), kidnapped at 6 Kneza Lazara Street on July 9, 1999.

    (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    7. STOJANOVIĆ STANIŠA (born in 1972), disappeared on July 10, 1999, around 10:00, at Dragi

    Popovic Street. (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 8. RISTIĆ MOMĈILO (born in 1955) from Livoĉ, disappeared on July 9, 1999

    9. IVANOVIĆ VELIZAR (born in 1941) from Pasjane, disappeared on July 9, 1999 on the road

    Pasjane - Gornji Livoĉ. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    10. JOVANOVIĆ ŢARKO, AS 22/3/16, disappeared around July 3 or 4, 1999. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee)

    11. SIMONOVIĆ SINIŠA (born in 1950), disappeared on July 10, 1999. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee)

    12. TOMIĆ DRAGAN from Ranilug

    13. ZDRAVKOVIĆ DJORDJE, from Ranilug, and

    14. ZDRAVKOVIĆ ZORAN from Ranilug; disappeared on July 10, 1999, around 6:30, in the forests

    of Glogovce village. (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 15. MAKSIMOVIĆ ĈEDOMIR, 6/3 Bojanina Street; disappeared on July 16, 1999, around 18:30.

    (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    16. PARIĆ ŢIVOJIN, from the village of Trnjićevce; disappeared on July 17, 1999 on the road to

    Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People Committee)

    17. MIHAJLOVIC SLADJANA, 194 Kralja Petra Street; disappeared on July 18, 1999, around

    14:00. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    18. TIMOTIJEVIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1930), disappeared from the hospital in Priština on July 13,

    1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    19. JOVANOVIĆ MIĆA, kidnapped on July 23, 1999, around 11:00. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee)

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    20. PAUNOVIĆ JOVICA (born in 1973), from Pasijane, near Gnjilane; disappeared on July 23, 1999

    and

    21. ARSIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1963), from Pasijane, near Gnjilane; disappeared on July 23, 1999, on

    the road Pasjane Gnjilane. (Information source: daily Blic of July 29, 1999).

    22. STEVIĆ ZLATKO (born in 1967), from Poneš; kidnapped on July 17, 1999. (Information source:

    Pravoslavlje Press news of July 22, 1999).

    23. STOJANOVIĆ MOMĈILO, and

    24. STOJANOVIĆ DRAGAN from the village of Makreš; kidnapped by their Albanian neighbours

    Ramiz and Rasim who allegedly took them to the nearby woods. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee in Gnjilane).

    25. RISTIĆ SVETOZAR (born in 1953), disappeared on July 29, 1999, and

    26. RISTIĆ VITOMIR (born in 1961), disappeared on July 29, 1999, on the road to Kosovska

    Kamenica, having been arrested by KFOR soldiers who left them in Gnjilane. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee).

    27. STANKOVIĆ DRAGICA (aged 80), from the village of Klobukar. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee).

    28. GRANDMA DJURDJA (aged 70), 1 Ganeta Jovanovica Street, Gnjilane. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee).

    29. STOJKOVIĆ VLASTIMIR, kidnapped in front of his store on July 1, 1999. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee).

    30. TODOROVIĆ PEDA, Momcila Trumpica Street, kidnapped on July 2, 1999. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee).

    31. PETKOVIĆ DRAGAN, and his colleague

    32. DOBRI N., kidnapped on July 2, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 33. CVETKOVIĆ DRAGAN, from the village of Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's

    Committee)

    34. FURUNOVIĆ NEBOJŠA, from Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 35. SLOBODAN N., from Pavlovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 36. STOJANOVIC ZVONKO, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 37. JORDANOVIC DJORDJE, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee), 38. FILIPOVIĆ ZVONIMIR, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 39. STOJKOVIĆ SLOBODAN, from Gnjilane, Kamnik 3. (Information source: Church-People's

    Committee).

    40. SIRINIĆ-CVETKOVIĆ VLASTA, from Gnjilane, Bojanina Street. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee).

    41. RISTIĆ SLAVOLJUB (born in 1963) from Gnjilane, disappeared on July 5, 1999. (Information

    source: Church-People's Committee).

    42. SAVIĆ DRAGAN, from Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 43. STOJKOVIĆ RADOMIR (aged 66), from Klokot; disappeared while working in his field.

    (Information source: Church-People's Committee).

    44. JOVANOVIĆ ZORAN, physician, from Gnjilane, surgeon; disappeared in the first half of July

    1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 15, 1999).

    45. STOJAN DENIĆ (aged 66), in retirement, from Gnjilance; disappeared on Saturday, August 21,

    from a bus stop in Gnjilane or from the bus going to the village of Pasjan; first he had been beated

    and forced to leave his apartment in Gnjilane, then he spent the night at his relatives’ and then he

    wanted to go to his son in Pasjane; having taken a humanitarian aid package in the church in

    Gnjilane on August 21, he has disappeared. (Information source: Church-People's Committee,

    Gnjilane).

    46. Unknown person (aged 13), the Church-People Committee in Gnjilane was informed that a 13-

    year-old Serbian girl had disappeared from the centre of Gnjilane end of August. (Information

    source: Church-People's Committee, Gnjilane).

    47. ĈEDOMIR NIKOLIĆ (aged 59) from the village of Koretište, near Gnjilane; got kidnapped on

    November 2, 1999 on the road Gnjilane-Bujanovac.; according to the testimony of an eyewitness,

    the attackers first shot at Ĉedomir’s car, at the tyres, and when the car stopped they took him out of

    the car and led him in an unknown direction; his co-driver Borislav Stević was thrice stabbed in

    the chest and shoulder and inflicted him serious wounds. (Information source: daily Poltiika of

    November 2, 1999).

    48. LAZIĆ BOŢIDAR (born in 1930) from the village of Ţegra; disappeared on June 15, 1999.

    (Information source: Red Cross List).

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49. LAZIĆ DUŠICA (born in 1930) from the village of Ţegra; disappeared on June 15, 1999.

    (Information source: Red Cross List).

    50. TASIĆ SAŠA (born in 1964), disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List). 51. RISTIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1963), disappeared on June 22, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List).

    52. METODIJEVIĆ MIROSLAV (born in 1975), disappeared on June 25, 1999.

    53. STEVANOVIĆ LJUBINKA (born in 1927), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999.

    (Information source: Red Cross List).

    54. STOILJKOVIĆ BOŢIN (born in 1920), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999. (Information

    source: Red Cross List).

    55. STOILJKOVIĆ STANIJA (born in 1925), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999.

    (Information source: Red Cross List).

    56. RISTIĆ SRBA (born in 1956), disappeared on July 13, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List).

    57. MITROVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1978), disappeared on July 30, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List).

    58. STOJANOVIĆ TIHOMIR (born in 1965), disappeared on August 17, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List).

    59. ANTIĆ SLOBODAN (born in 1942), disappeared on August 24, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List).

    60. STEVANOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1964), disappeared on August 24, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List).

    61. STOLIĆ GRADIMIR (born in 1967), disappeared on August 25, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List).

    62. JOVANOVIĆ VIDA (born in 1957), disappeared on October 13, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List).

    63. BUSATOVIĆ LJUBICA (born in 1923), disappeared on November 10, 1999. (Information

    source: Red Cross List).

VITINA

64. MARINKOVIĆ SLOBODAN (aged 50), and

    65. PEKIĆ STOJAN (aged 50) from Vitina, and

    66. TRAJKOVIC SLOBODAN (aged 50) from Klokot; got kidnapped on July 4, 1999 in Donji

    Livoĉ village while driving a tractor from the direction of Gnjilane towards Vitina. (Information

    source: Church-People's Committee).

    67. PIRIĆ LJUBIŠA (born in 1973) from the village of Vrbovac; disappeared on July 8, 1999, last

    time seen in Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 68. ANTIĆ MILISAV (born in 1971) and

    69. ANTIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1968) and

    70. ANTIĆ RADOVAN (born in 1977), three brothers from Poţaranje; disappeared on June 12, 1999,

    most likely taken towards the village of Ljubište. (Information source: Church-People's

    Committee).

    71. PETROVIĆ BRANE (aged 35) from Vitina, mental patient. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee).

    72. DJORDJEVIĆ ŢARKO from the village of Sadovina, near Vitina; taken from the village on June

    14. (Information source: daily Blic of June 18, 1999).

    73. JOVANOVIĆ GORAN (born in 1977) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina and 74. MITROVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 23) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina and

    75. DAJIĆ RADOVAN (born in 1972) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina; kidnapped on July 30,

    1999 in the village of Dobruća. (Information source: the Diocese of Raška-Prizren).

    76. JACIĆ KOSTA (born in 1943), disappeared on July 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List).

    77. STOJKOVIĆ MILORAD (born in 1932), disappeared on July 22, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List).

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PRIŠTINA

78. MARULOVIĆ BRANKO, from Priština, quarters of Vranjevac; disappeared somewhere in the

    period between KFOR's arrival and July 9. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999).

    79. PETKOVIĆ GRADIMIR, from Priština, quarters of Ulpijana, journalist of Jedinstvo;

    disappeared on August 29, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee). 80. BIOĈANIN LJUBISAV (born in 1950) from Priština, quarters of Vranjevac, ex policeman;

    disappeared on June 22, around 15:30, for the last time seen near Suva Reka. (Information

    source:daily Blic of June 23, 1999).

    81. TASEV TOMA (aged 45) from Priština, residing in Ulpijana, entrance no. 8, apartment no. 15;

    disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source:daily Blic of June 25, 1999).

    82. PILJEVIĆ PETRIJA (born in 1942) from Priština, Dardanija SU-1/5, entrance 2, apartment 39;

    taken away from her apartment on June 28, around 16:00; according to her son Dragan, it was her

    neighbours Adeljina and Mona Ismajli from the apartment no. 8 and Ljuljeta Djonbaljaj from the

    apartment no. 35 who are resposible for this kidnapping; Zoran Djošić, Petrija’s neighbour tried to

    help her and was kidnapped too; Stana Josimović informed KFOR about it saying that she had

    seen three KLA soldiers and Adeljina Ismajli in front of the apartment, and Millunka Djošić,

    Zoran’s wife, had seen the total of 6 persons entering the apartment of the Piljević family; Dragan

    Piljević also claims that his mother and Zoran Djošić had first been taken to the apartment no. 25

    (whereupon cries and screams were heard), and then moved to apartment no. 8 (wherefrom they

    were taken in an unknown direction around 22:00); speaking with Guardian journalist Adeljina

    Ismajli stated that after returning from Macedonia she had found her apartment plundered and in it

    a photo of Dragan Djošić with a baby, in addition another neighbour Hisnija Jasnići testified to the

    said journalist that Petrija Piljević had helped in the plundering of Albanian apartments, saying that

    her son’s guitar was found in Petrija’s apartment; another neighbour, a Turk who wanted to remain

    unknown, testified that certain groups headed by Dragan Piljević had plundered the apartments;

    contrary to the claims of the Albanian neighbours Dragan Piljević claims that he and his mother

    did not plunder the property of their neighbours, and as for Dragan’s photo with the baby, Dragan

    claims that Adeljina took it from his coat when she entered their apartment; as for the claims that

    he and his brother Zoran joined the police during the war, Dragan refutes them saying that he was

    not either in the army or in the police, and that his brother worked only as security for Post Office

    and certain building Panorama; some neighbours think that Petrija Piljević went to her house in

    Kosovo Polje, while Dragan Piljević says that his mother is not there for sure. (Information source:

    daily Danas of July 1, 1999).

    83. DJOŠIĆ ZORAN (born in 1943); kidnapped on June 28, 1999 while trying to help his above

    mentioned Serbian neighbour Petrija Piljević. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999).

    84. ĈELIĆ IVAN (born in 1959), engineer at the coal mine Belaćevac; disapperaed on June 14, 1999

    in Priština; for the last time seen around 14:00, when started from his apartment at Sunĉani breg

    downtown for some meeting. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999).

    85. STAMENKOVIĆ NENAD, from Devet Jugovića. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1,

    1999).

    86. VUJAĈIĆ SLOBODAN

    87. PETRUŠIĆ LUKA from Priština (residing in Sitniĉka street); disappeared on June 17, 1999 in

    Pećka Banja. (Information Source: Serbia Info of July 2, 1999)

    88. PETRUŠIĆ RADMILA from Zagrmlje; disappeared on June 17, 1999 in Pećka Banja.

    (Information Source: Red Cross List and the daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)

    89. JOVANOVIĆ KRUNOSLAV, disappeared in the city water supply enterprize "Batlava".

    (Information Source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999).

    90. TOMANOVIĆ ANDRIJA (born in 1936 in Dubrovnik) from Priština, surgeon, director of the

    Surgery Clinic; kidnapped on June 2, 1999 while he was at work in the hospital in Priština.

    (Information source: daily Danas of June 30, 1999)

    91. TODOROVSKI ALEKSANDAR-SAŠA (born in 1970); kidnapped in the Health Care Centre in

    Priština on June 25, 1999. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)

    92. BRUSAC NENAD and

    93. RADIĆ MILAN refugees from Croatia, were located in a refugee hotel Božur in Priština;

    disappeared on June 26. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999).

    94. BULJEVIĆ MILE (born in 1944), refugee from Croatia, located in a refugee hotel Božur in

    Priština; disappeared on June 25. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999)

    95. RADIĆ MILOŠ from Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

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    96. RADIĆ MILAN (born in 1960); disapperaed on June 25, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List)

    97. SERDIĆ STEVO, disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Church-People’s

    Committee)

    98. ŠARANOVIĆ STANKO (born in 1953); disappered on June 26, 1999 in Priština. (Information

    source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)

    99. MIKIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1938), disappeared on June 23, 1999 with his wife 100. MIKIĆ LEPOSAVA (born in 1946) from Priština, residing in the quarters of Ulpijana, entrance 9,

    apartment no. 23; disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source: daily Danas of June 26-27,

    1999)

    101. KUZMANOVIĆ DJORDJE (born in 1957); disappeared in Priština on June 21, 1999.

    (Information source: Red Cross List)

    102. JOVANOVIĆ MILORAD disappeared in Priština. (Information source: daily Danas of June 10-

    11, 1999)

    103. RAJIĈIĆ ZORAN (born in 1969), ex policeman; disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in

    Priština in the second half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    104. DIMIĆ DRAGANA from Priština; kidnapped in the centre of Priština before June 20.

    (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    105. DIMITRIJEVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1970); disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština

    in the second half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    106. DIMITRIJEVIĆ MILUTIN (born in 1934); disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština

    on June 12, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    107. MASULOVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1961), disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština

    on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)

    108. MARKOVIĆ BRANKO (born in 1962) from Priština; driver in the former TV Priština; for the

    last time seen on Saturday, June 12, around 19:30. (Information source: daily Blic of June 17, 1999)

    109. DJUKIĆ BRANKO (born in 1971) from Priština; disappeared on June 1 in the quarters of

    Sunĉani Breg. (Information source: daily Blic of June 17, 1999)

    110. RAJKOVIĆ MIRJANA and

    111. RAJKOVIĆ SLAVOLJUB and

    112. RAJKOVIĆ VIOLETA from Priština; disappeared in the second half of June. (Information

    source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    113. ŢIVIĆ NENAD, disappeared on June 16, 1999 in Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of June

    23, 1999)

    114. CVETKOVIĆ ŢIVADIN from Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    115. IVANOVIĆ MILETA and his daughter

    116. IVANOVIĆ JELENA from Priština; taken from their apartment in Priština on June 22 in the

    morning. (Information source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)

    117. SPASIĆ VELJKO (born in 1959) from Priština; disappeared on June 20, 1999.

    118. MIRKOVIĆ (father’s name Ilija) ZORAN from Ĉanip, near Brus; disappeared on June 13, 1999.

    (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    119. KOVAĈEVIĆ NEBOJŠA (aged 17) from Priština; taken from his apartment on June 22, his

    mother Gordana claims that he was taken by a group of Albanians from Tirana. (Information

    source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)

    120. DJORDJEVIĆ SLAVKO from Priština; kidnapped in front of the building he lived in at Sunĉani

    Breg, SU2, building no. 40 in Priština between June 14 and July 4. (Information source: daily Blic

    of July 5, 1999)

    121. STOŠIĆ BRANKO from Gornja Mahala in Gornja Brnjica; disappeared in the second half of

    June 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    122. BABIĆ N. engineer from Priština; taken from his apartment in the quarters of Sunĉani Breg on

    June 22. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    123. STEVANOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1958), from Kosovo Polje; disappeared on August 19, 1999

    and

    124. MAJSTOROVIĆ IVAN (born in 1981), from Priština; disappeared on August 19, 1999 on the

    road Priština-Podujevo, near Luţani; they were driving in a yellow YUGO, licence plates PR 83-

    216. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    125. ANTIĆ ZLATKO (born in 1963); disappeared on July 28, 1999 on the road Brezovica Prizren.

    (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    126. STEVIĆ SLAVISA (aged 30), mental patient from Novi Badovac village; disappeared on August

    3, 1999, on the road to Stari Babovac. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

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    127. MILENKOVIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1961); kidnapped on August 2, 1999, around 11:00, in

    Priština, 183 Dalmatinska Street. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    128. NEDELJKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1952), from Priština; disappeared on August 24, 1999, around

    14:00 in front of his building near business centre "Boro i Ramiz". (Information source: Church-

    People’s Committee)

    129. STANKOVIĆ TRAJKO (aged 55), from the village of Kojlovica; kidnapped on August 11, 1999.

    (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    130. SIMOVIĆ ALEKSANDAR (born in 1968), from the quarters of Kiĉma (entrance no. 13, V floor,

    apartment no. 5), Post Office worker in Priština; disappeared on August 20, 1999, he was wearing

    KFOR identification card. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    131. SPASIĆ (father’s name Dragoljub) VELJKO, from the quarters of Sunĉani Breg (block no. 5,

    entrance no. 2, apartment no. 5); kidnapped on June 19, 1999; Veljko's parents reported the case to

    KFOR on June 23, 1999: he went into the car with his colleague in front of his apartment, at 7:00,

    and since then nothing has been known about the two of them, his colleague's name is not known

    either. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    132. ADŢIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1939), from Priština; disappeared on June 28. (Information source:

    daily Blic of July 27, 1999)

    133. ARSIĆ VLADIMIR from Graĉanica near Priština; disappeared on June 28. (Information source:

    Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)

    134. BARAC DJURO refugee from Croatia, resided in the hotel Božur in Priština; disappeared on June

    28. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)

    135. BUDIMIR RADE (born in 1940), from Priština, head of the representative office of the Putnik

    agency; disappeared on August 2, 1999, went out of his apartment in 14 Kragujevaĉka Street, right

    across KFOR, to buy some food, was kidnapped, never came back.

    136. ĈANOVIĆ JELENA (aged 71) from Priština, the quarters of Ulpijana, the hotel for singles,

    apartment no. 55; disappeared after having been given an ultimatum to leave her apartment.

    (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)

    137. ĈUBANOVIĆ DJOKA (born in 1950) from Prizren, lived in Priština in the quarters of Dardanija

    SU 14/2, 1-1, apartment no. 39a; physical description: 1.70cm tall, grayish hair; disappeared on

    July 9, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 15, 1999)

    138. DINIĆ SVETOMIR (aged 50) from Priština, lived near the hotel Božur; his sister Budislava

    Milosavljević from Priština reported to the Peace & Tolerance Centre that her brother had been

    taken from his apartment on July 19 and that nothing had been known of him afterwards.

    (Information source: Pravoslavlje Press, news of July 22, 1999)

    139. DJOKIĆ VLADIMIR (born in 1946) from Priština (quarters of Sunĉani Breg, block no. 4,

    entrance no. 6, apartment no. 10); disappeared on June 18. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6,

    1999)

    140. DJUKIĆ BRANKO from the village of Devet Jugovića, near Priština; disappeared in the second

    half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)

    141. GORDIĆ MILOŠ refugee from Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and

    142. OSTOJIĆ VELJKO (aged 34) refugee from Krajina (Croatia), both residing in refugee hotel

    Božur in Priština; taken out of the hotel on July 12 in an unknown direction. (Information source:

    daily Blic of July 15, 1999 and Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    143. HAJDERPAŠIĆ NENAD and another person whose identity is unknown; disappeared on June 17,

    1999 on the road from Berane (Montenegro) to Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6,

    1999)

    144. ILIĆ MILORAD from Priština, the quarters of Dardanija; disappeared in the beginning of July.

    (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre, Priština)

    145. IZIDEROVIĆ SLAVIŠA (aged 25) from Novi Pazar, musician, member of Military Orchestra,

    sergeant in the Yugoslav Army; kidnapped on June 13, 1999 in Vranjevac, Priština; was in a car

    Opel Ascona, licence plates PR 203-21; there was also

    146. KRNJIĆ RADOMIR about whom nothing has been known. (Information source: Human Rights

    Fund)

    147. JOVANOVIĆ VLADIMIR (born in 1973) from Priština, 40 Stepe Stepanovića Street; kidnapped

    on June 28, 1999, allegedly by an Albanian Iberdomaj Gani. (Information source: daily Blic of

    July 6, 1999)

    148. LUKIĆ SLOBODAN from Priština, the quarters of Kupusište (block no. 4, apartment no. 16);

    disappeared after KFOR’s arrival, somewhere till July 5. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6,

    1999)

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    149. MAKSIĆ RADOMIR from Priština, the quarters of Praskina Vodenica (object B, building no. 3,

    VIII floor). (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)

    150. MARKOVIĆ NOVICA kidnapped in Priština, in Goleška Street. (Information source: daily Blic

    of July 6, 1999)

    151. MIKIĆ N. (a girl, 18 years old) from Priština; disappeared on June 24 in Priština. (Information

    source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    152. MIKIĆ SVETOMIR from Priština, agronomist, worked in the laboratory of the Pathology

    Department of the Clinical-Hospital Centre in Priština; disappeared on July 21, 1999 around 8:00

    AM, on his way to the hospital; according to his fiancée Valentina Tanasković (once employee of

    the Pediatrics Pharmacy in the Clinical Hospital Centre), Svetomir was taken in one of the prisons

    KLA hold in Priština or Lipljan; he was not mustered during the bombardment but worked all the

    time, after the KFOR’s arrival to Kosovo too; Mikić was the President of the Serbian Renewal

    Movement in Graĉanica. (Information source: Human Rights Fund).

    153. JOVANOVIĆ NIKOLA from the village of Ćarapić, municipality of Ljubovija, and

    154. CAPAKIĆ CEPO also from Ljubovija; taken from the refugee hotel Božur in Priština on June 23

    in the evening. (Information source: daily Blic of July 25, 1999 Five Killed in Priština)

    155. OSTOJIĆ MIRKO from Dvor na Uni (Croatia), Emergency employee. (Information source: daily

    Blic of July 15, 1999 Manager of Grundig Set Free)

    156. PETKOVIĆ NEBOJŠA (born in 1958) from Priština, oral surgeon; disappeared on July 30, 1999

    between the building of YU Program and the Emergency in Priština; his uncle Slobodan was the

    last to have seen him. (Information source: daily Politika of August 6, 1999 and Peace &

    Tolerance Centre)

    157. MILANĈIĆ MIRO from Priština, the quarters of Ulpijana; for the last time seen on June 25.

    (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    158. MILIĆ MILICA and

    159. MILIĆ MILOŠ from Priština, the quarters of Vranjevac, 55 Studeniĉka Street; disappeared after

    KFOR’s arrival, but before July 5. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)

    160. NIKOLIĆ DEJAN from Priština; taken in an unknown direction on Monday, July 26, 1999, after

    19:30; prior to that event, an armed group of Albanians had broken into his apartment at Sunĉani

    Breg, tied him and reportedly raped his common law wife. (Information source: daily Blic of

    July 28, 1999)

    161. PETROVIĆ VERA from Priština; seen for the last time on June 15, around 16:00, when she left

    her apartment in the quarters of Ulpijana and went in the direction of the hospital. (Information

    source: daily Blic of July 28, 1999)

    162. PILIPOVIĆ RADE from Priština; disappeared on August 4, 1999 in the centre of Priština, near

    the monument Bratstvo i jedinstvo while waiting for the lorry to move from Priština. (Information

    source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    163. PROTIĆ SVETISLAV from the village of Sušica, near Graĉanica; disappeared on Wednesday,

    July 21, 999. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    164. RAIĈEVIĆ ZORAN from Priština; disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac, Priština.

    (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    165. RAKOĈEVIĆ PETAR (born in 1968) from the village of Devet Jugovića near Priština;

    disappeared on July 12, 1999. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre) 166. RISTIĆ BRATISLAV (born in 1952) from Priština, the quarters of Dardanija, Kiĉma, entrance

    no. 17, employee of Jugobanka; three armed Albanians came to his apartment, threatened to kill

    him in front of his wife and two-year-old child, and took him away on July 12, around 21:35.

    (Information source: daily Politika of July 14, 1999)

    167. RISTIĆ MILORAD from Priština, son of Bora Ristić – former employee of the Provisional

    Executive Council of Kosovo; KLA kidnapped him in the centre of Priština, Vidovdanska Street,

    near the building of the Provisional Executive Council of Kosovo. (Information source: daily

    Politika of July 19, 1999)

    168. SEKULIĆ MILOŠ and his wife

    169. SEKULIĆ GORICA and their children

    170. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 10) and

    171. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 7) and

    172. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 5) and

    173. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 2) from Priština; disappeared on June 25, in the night, in the quarters of

    Dardanija. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    174. SRDIĆ STEFAN refugee from Croatia, lived in the refugee hotel Božur in Priština; disappeared

    on June 18. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

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    175. SRDIĆ STEVO (aged 33) from Priština; seen for the last time on June 18, around 11:00 in the

    quarters of Velanija. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    176. STAMENKOVIĆ ŢARKO (born in 1969) from the village of Devet Jugovića near Priština;

    disappeared on June 22 near the village of Miljevac, drove red car Golf, licence plates PR 40-27.

    (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    177. STOŠIĆ NEBOJŠA from Priština, University professor; Albanians from Albania took him away

    on June 22. (Information source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)

    178. TAŠEVIĆ DJORDJE physician from Priština, 45 Lole Ribara Street; disappeared in the second

    half of June. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    179. TODOROVSKI DRAGAN a civilian from Priština, son of the director of Emergency Milivoje

    Todorovski; taken on June26, around 16:00 from the quarters of Aktaš, where he lived; it has been

    reported that certain Sulejman Dţaka, driver in the Emergency living in Emisirovo, organised the

    kidnapping based on the order issued by another physician Hasan Beca. (Information source:

    Peace & Tolerance Centre)

    180. TOPIĆ ZORAN from Priština; disappeared on June 15, around 16:00 in the quarters of Vranjevac,

    Priština, on the same occasion when 12 soldiers and 2 officers of the Yugoslav Army disappeared.

    (Information source: daily Politika of June 17, 1999)

    181. VASIĆ DRAGOLJUB (born in 1932) in retirement, from Priština; taken from his apartment in 27

    Roberta Gajdija (Dušana Bulajića) Street, on July 17/18; his cousin Milomir Djukić came on July

    18 in the morning to visit him and, according to Milomir, it seemed that the kidnappers took

    Dragoljub right from the bed. (Information source: Human Right Fund)

    182. MILENKOVIĆ SVETOMIR (aged 37) from Priština; kidnapped on August 2, around 21:00

    when his father Momĉilo Milenković was killed in the yard of their house, 123 Dalmatinska Street

    in Priština, the house was plundered too. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    183. JEŠIĆ MARKO, Yugoslav Army soldier; disappeared from the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština.

    (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)

    184. STEFANOVIĆ JELENA, kidnapped in the quarters of Aktaš. (Information source: daily Blic of

    July 6, 1999)

    185. TOMIĆ ĈASLAV (born in 1942) from Priština; disappeared on July 11, 1999 when he tried to

    leave Priština, move out with furniture. (Information source: Pravoslavlje Press, news of July 11,

    1999)

    186. NEDELJKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1953) from Priština; kidnapped on August 28, 1999 at the

    market in Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)

    187. POPOVIĆ MILORAD-MILIVOJE (born in 1956) from Graĉanica, near Priština; kidnapped on

    August 31, 1999 around 14:30 in the village of Graĉanica while chopping woods. (Information

    source: Church-People’s Committee)

    188. PETROVIĆ MARIJA (born in 1948) from Priština; disappeared in Priština; no data available

    about this case.

    189. MAJSTOROVIĆ (father’s name Miodrag) IVAN (born in 1981) from Priština, the quarters of

    Kiĉma (9/1104 3A); disappeared on August 19, 1999, last seen near Podujevo.

    190. DJORDJEVIĆ VESNA (born in 1968), tall, blond, blue eyes, from Priština, worked in the

    kindergarten Djurdjevak in Priština; for the last time phoned her parents in Vranje on December 16,

    1999 from Podujevo saying she was imprisoned. (Information source: amateur radio operator

    Avramović Branko)

    191. MARKOVIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1946), from the village of Devet Jugovića; kidnapped on

    June 24, 2000 at the turn to Podujevo, while moving in his blue car Zastava 101 along the road,

    from administrative border with Serbia to his village; Marković was in a convoy of 7 cars; there

    was also an older woman Radonjić Julka (also from Devet Jugovića) together with him in the car;

    one of the cars in the convoy belonged to a man from Ĉaglavica and he provided the UNMIK

    police escort, while other cars joined the convoy in Devet Jugovića; Tomislav’s car was at the very

    end of the convoy and a young Albanian stopped it and others took him from the car; one of the

    kidnappers sat in the car and drove Julka nearly to the very administrative border, forced her out of

    the car and left; later on, she stopped one of KFOR’s car that happened to pass by and reported the

    case, she also gave statement to UNMIK Police, so KFOR and UNMIK conduct investigation.

    (Marković Planinka, wife of the kidnapped person, reported the case)

    192. Unknown person, young Serbian woman, blond, blue eyes, from Priština, worked in kindergarten

    Jelenak; disappeared, phoned her parents in Vranje from the prison in Podujevo end of 1999,

    nothing has been known of her since.

    193. MLADENOVIĆ STANOJKO (born in 1960); disappeared on June 21, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List)

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    194. TASEV TOME (born in 1954); disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List)

    195. BARAĆ DJURO (born in 1965); disappeared on June 28, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross

    List)

    196. ŠKRIPAC VERA (born in 1927); disappeared in the beginning of July, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List)

    197. JAKŠIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1927); disappeared on July 5, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List)

    198. MARKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1961); disappeared on July 11, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List)

    199. ŠABIĆ DIMITRIJE (born in 1937); disappeared on July 16, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List)

    200. ŢIVKOVIĆ ILIJA (born in 1943); disappeared on August 14, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List)

    201. STOJKOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1951); disappeared on August 28, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List)

    202. MARTINOVIĆ NIKOLA (born in 1969); disappeared on August 28, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List)

    203. DJORDJEVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1950); disappeared on September 1, 1999. (Information

    source: Red Cross List)

    204. RISTIĆ VIŠESLAV (born in 1943); disappeared on September 5, 1999. (Information source: Red

    Cross List)

    205. CVIJANOVIĆ DJORDJE (born in 1942); disappeared on October 6, 1999. (Information source:

    Red Cross List)

    206. MLADENOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1969); disappeared on November 25, 1999. (Information

    source: Red Cross List)

BRNJICA

    207. POPOVIĆ MILOVAN (aged 22), from Donja Brnjica; disappeared on July 28, 1999. 208. POPOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 38), from Donja Brnjica; disappeared on August 10, 1999. 209. POPOVIĆ PREDRAG (born in 1959); disappeared in Brnjica on August 10, 1999. (Information

    source: Red Cross List)

    210. DUKIĆ MIODRAG (aged 43) and

    211. BORIĆ MLADEN (aged 31); taken from work, the Shock Absorber Plant located on the road

    Kosovo Polje-Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)

KOSOVO POLJE

    212. RISTIĆ DAVOR (born in 1971), from Kosovo Polje, Serdara Janka Vukotića Street; disappeared

    on June 22, 1999 around 13:00, on the road Kosovo Polje-Priština, drove white YUGO.

    (Information source: daily Blic of June 24, 1999)

    213. STEVANOVIĆ VLASTIMIR, from the village of Dojnice; disappeared on June 12 in the village

    of Skrobište, near Prizren. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)

    214. STEPIĆ ZVONIMIR (aged 31) from Kosovo Polje, bus driver, transported the empoyees of the

    mining pit Belaćevac; armed Albanians took him away from the colleagues on June 12, around

    14:30, when he was supposed to take the colleagues home; six workers managed to escape and run

    away to the village of Kuzmin, and, according to their testimony, there were 3-4 persons more who

    were taken away with Zvonimir. (Information source: Church-People's Committee and daily

    Politika of June 13, 1999)

    215. BREGOVIĆ NIKOLA refugee from Krajina (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 216. DEJIĆ BOBAN from Orahovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee) 217. MAJSTOROVIĆ DEJAN (aged 18) from Kosovo Polje and

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    218. STEVANOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 42) from Kosovo Polje; both kidnapped on August 19, 1999, on

    the road Priština-Podujevo.

    219. STEVIĆ MILAN, employee of the Communal Service; disappeared near the Agriculture School

    in Priština, on his way to Kosovo Polje. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)

    220. DJUKIĆ ZORAN, driver, emplyee of pig/hog farm in Dobrevo; disappeared on November 4,

    1999 around 14:00, after transporting a shift of guards into the firm; disappeared on the road

    Graĉanica-Suvi Do, in the municipality of Lipljan. (Information source: daily Politika of

    November 5, 1999)

    221. STANOJEVIĆ MILADIJA (aged 80) from Obilić, old and weak; disappeared from her house on

    November 16/17, 1999; when her son-in-law Boţidar Stolić brought her breakfast in the morning

    of November 17, he found the house upside-down, and no sign of Miladija; he circulated amont

    the burned and destroyed Serbian house but could not find anything. (Information source: Church-

    People's Committee)

    222. PROKIĆ DEJAN (born in 1979); disappeared in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List) 223. ALEKSIĆ TOMO (born in 1965), from Gornje Obrinje, the Municipality of Glogovac;

    disappeared on June 8, 1999.

LIPLJAN

    224. STANIŠIĆ ZORAN (born in 1979), from the village of Slovinje, the Municipality of Lipljan;

    kidnapped on June 22, at 13:30, in front of his own house. (Information source: Church-People's

    Committee)

    225. DJUKIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1947); disappeared on June 22, 1999 on the road Lipljan-Rabovce;

    was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information source: daily Blic of June 6, 1999)

    226. SLAVKOVIĆ DRAGOLJUB (born in 1956) from Lipljan; disappeared on June 22, 1999 on the

    road Lipljan-Rabovce; was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information source: daily Blic of June 6,

    1999)

    227. VASIĆ MLADEN (born in 1964) (all the three of them from the village of Rabovce); disappeared

    on June 22, 1999 on the road Lipljan-Rabovce; was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information

    source: daily Blic of June 6, 1999)

    228. STOJANOVIĆ RADE (born in 1938), from Lipljan; kidnapped on June 20, 1999. (Information

    source: Church-People's Committee)

    229. NEDELJKOVIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1952), abducted in front of a Post Office in Lipljan on

    July 3, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)

    230. ŢIVIĆ VOIOMIR/VELIMIR (born in 1927); disappeared on July 8, 1999 and his son

    231. ŢIVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1958) from the village of Staro Rujice, near Lipljan; disappeared on

    July 8, 1999; some twenty days prior to their disappeareance Voja and his wife had left their house

    in the country and moved to their son Dragan in Lipljan, father and son disappeared after departing

    to mow some grass in the village, the family found the dishes, plastic glasses and personal

    belongings of the missing ones scattered all around, thrown out of the car the two of them drove

    that day, also missing. (Information source: Serbia Info, July 11, 1999).

    232. STOLIĆ MIĆA (born in 1981), from Štimlje; kidnapped on July 12, 1999. (Information source:

    Church-People's Committee)

    233. ĆANOVIĆ MOMIR, former employee of the State Security Service, and his pregnant wife 234. ĆANOVIĆ SLAVICA, from Lipljan; disappeared in the period June 14-19. (Information source:

    daily Blic of June 20, 1999)

    235. DUKIĆ ANKA, from the village of Magura, Lipljan; disappeared in the period June 14-19.

    (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)

    236. RISTIĆ PERA, milkman from the village of Novo Topliĉane in the Municipality of Lipljan;

    people wearing KLA uniforms took him away on Friday, July 16, in hte afternoon; according to

    his wife Slobodanka, they stopped him on the bridge over the Sitnica River, while he was driving

    bicycle with milk buckets, she also claims they took him in the direction of the hamlet of Majdan,

    and adds that his kidnappers are Ademi Muhamed, Lecaj Sulja and his brother, who pursuant to

    her words committed murders in Staro Gracko as well. (Information source: daily Blic of June 19,

    1999)

    237. TALIĆ VERA (maiden name) and her husband

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